|TJ building a deck|
|Brogan helping with fencing for Dog pen|
|Kameryn at PetSmart Adopt-A-Thon|
|Cleaning out the Chicken coop|
|Fresh Eggs every day!|
|A duck egg|
|Tom, Brogan, and Jerry helping with Dog pen fencing|
|The Chicken Coop|
|This is how deep we dug|
So, Safe Harbor is home to about 80 cats, about 30 (mostly lil') dogs, goats, ducks, and chickens. Some permanent, some adoptable. We have been busy from Day one! Building rock culverts, clearing flower beds, putting dog beds together, mowing, grooming cats, etc. with lots more to do! Kameryn, Brogan, and TJ have all got to observe and help on Wednesday Surgery Day! What an experience! We've helped at the PetSmart adoptions, which is an all day event.
We've found a nice lil' (and I mean lil') library. Residents here are very friendly. I've been reading Nicholas Sparks' books and in it he mentions some incidents in New Bern, Maysville, and Pollocksville. The things he fictiously talks about in his books - well, let's just say, they're based on true events. Totally Cool!
All in all, this has been a good experience in patience, training, whispering, and working. Lynne is a no-nonsense kinda gal who expects things a certain way and runs a tight organization! Plan on doing LOTS of hard work. This is not an easy, sit around kinda workamp experience. I am not recommending this for families with younger than 16yo's who like to work. Younger children and children who don't like to work aren't as 'useful'. There is some work, such as land/path clearing that has yet to be done, but be forewarned about ticks and venemous snakes. We loved the church and friends we made in Maysville, but we won't be returning.
Safe Harbor Farm
PO Box 493
Maysville, NC 28555